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Help copying records at the Holocaust Museum archives #usa


Vladimir Tetelbaum
 

 

I am looking for help from someone in the DC area or who regularly visits Holocaust Museum to copy a few specific records as outlined below.  These are oral histories of my 2-nd and 3-rd cousins.  I am in SF Bay Area so not easy to get to DC.  Would really appreciate the help and can compensate whatever expenses are necessary.
 
Vladimir Tetelbaum
 
 
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (www.ushmm.org; https://collections.ushmm.org/search/) has "Transcripts of oral histories of Ukrainian Jews from the project "Jewish Fates-Ukraine-20th Century"" where stories by R.I.Babat and N.F.Vollerner are stored on microfiche:

Document | Accession Number: 2004.14 | RG Number: RG-31.027
Date:     1930-1950
Special Collection: Claims Conference International Holocaust Documentation Archive

 

    Fiche 1-2      Babat, Raisa Ilinichna 1916 

    Fiche 56- 57 Vollerner, Naum Filipovich 1913

 


ACooke
 

Hi Vladimir,

In looking up the documents you are interested in, I see that they have been digitized and there are no restrictions on access. So I wouldn't be surprised if they give you digital pdf scans for free if you email them at reference@.... The USHMM has been wonderfully helpful in my research, I have emailed them for documents and they have gotten back to me within a week with the scans I had requested.

All the best with your research,
Andrew Cooke


Lewis, Megan
 

Email reference@... and we can help you.

Megan Lewis
reference librarian
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum